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1) Occurs when a "follower" receives the benefit of an expenditure made by a "leader" by imitating the leader's behavior.

A. free-rider problem
B. The Principle of Comparative Advantage
C. asymmetric information
D. put option

2) Occurs when inaccurate information can falsely exist.

A. moral hazard
B. The Principle of Valuable Ideas
C. free-rider problem
D. adverse selection

3) Refers to situations wherein the agent can take unseen actions for personal benefit even though such actions are costly to the principal.

A. adverse selection
B. moral hazard
C. zero-sum game
D. The Behavioral Principle


4) The annual report refers to

A. a report issued annually by managers to primarily convey information about select working capital ratios.
B. the length of time remaining until an asset's maturity.
C. a report issued annually by a firm that includes, at a minimum, an income statement, a balance sheet, a statement of cash flows, and accompanying notes.
D. the extent to which something can be sold for cash quickly and easily without loss of value.


5) Remaining maturity refers to:

A. the length of an asset's life when it is issued.
B. a technical accounting term that encompasses the conventions, rules, and procedures necessary to define accepted accounting practice at a particular time.
C. a report issued annually by a firm that includes, at a minimum, an income statement, a balance sheet, a statement of cash flows, and accompanying notes.
D. the amount of time remaining until its maturity.


6) Generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) refers to

A. the length of an asset's life when it is issued.
B. a technical accounting term that encompasses the conventions, rules, and procedures necessary to define accepted accounting practice at a particular time.
C. a report issued annually by a firm that includes, at a minimum, an income statement, a balance sheet, a statement of cash flows, and accompanying notes.
D. the extent to which something can be sold for cash quickly and easily without loss of value.


7) Original maturity refers to:

A. the length of an asset's life when it is issued.
B. a technical accounting term that encompasses the conventions, rules, and procedures necessary to define accepted accounting practice at a particular time.
C. the price for which something could be bought or sold in a reasonable length of time, where “reasonable length of time” is defined in terms of the item's liquidity.
D. the net amount (net book value) for something shown in quarterly accounting statements.


8) The firm's assets in the balance sheet refer to:

A. the extent to which something can be sold for cash quickly and easily without loss of value.
B. the statement of a firm's financial position at one point in time, including its assets and the claims on those assets by creditors (liabilities) and owners (stockholders' equity).
C. the productive resources in the firm's operations


9) Book value (or Net book value) refers to:

A. the length of an asset's life when it is issued.
B. the statement of a firm's financial position at one point in time, including its assets and the claims on those assets by creditors (liabilities) and owners (stockholders' equity).
C. the price for which something could be bought or sold in a reasonable length of time, where “reasonable length of time” is defined in terms of the item's liquidity.
D. the net amount shown in the accounting statements.


10) The return expected by equity investors is called the __________.

A. market capitalization rate.
B. dividend yield.
C. average cost of capital.
D. none of these


11) Assume that the par value of a bond is $1,000. Consider a bond where the coupon rate is 9% and the current yield is 10%. Which of the following statements is true?

A. The market value of the bond is more than $1,000
B. The current yield was a lot less than 9% when the bond was first issued
C. The current yield was a lot greater than 9% when the bond was first issued
D. The market value of the bond is less than $1,000


12) Preferred stock payment obligations are typically __________.

A. viewed like debt obligations.
B. issued with a maturity date.
C. valued as an annuity.
D. none of these


13) Certain countries have restrictions. In practice, U.S. investors have NOT invested very much internationally. Possible factors include __________.

A. lower transaction costs.
B. less political risk.
C. costs of converting currencies.
D. all of these


14) Certain countries have restrictions. In practice, U.S. investors have NOT invested very much internationally. Possible factors include __________.

A. non-listing of foreign securities on U.S. stock exchanges.
B. foreign tax considerations.
C. efficiency in converting currencies.
D. all of these


15) For diversified investors, the proper measure of a stock's risk is __________.

A. its nonsystematic risk.
B. its nondiversifiable risk.
C. its specific risk.
D. its standard deviation.

 

16) One problem with using negative values for w1 (the proportion invested in the riskless asset) to represent a borrowed amount is that the implied borrowing rate of interest is the same as __________.

A. the lending rate of interest
B. the prime rate of interest
C. the current rate of interest
D. the nominal rate of interest

 

17) Which of these investments would you expect to have the highest rate of return for the next 20 years?

A. intermediate-term U.S. government bonds
B. U.S. Treasury bills
C. long-term corporate bonds
D. anybody’s guess

 

18) According to the Principle of Risk-Return Trade-Off, investors require a higher return to compensate for __________.

A. less risk
B. lack of diversification
C. diversification
D. greater risk

19) Suppose the Ruskin Oil Corporation has $150,000 for both its book balance and its bank balance. It takes 4 days for a check to clear. If Ruskin writes a $3,000 check, which of the following statements is false?

A. Ruskin’s available balance is $150,000, its book balance is $147,000, and its disbursement float is $3,000.
B. If Ruskin writes a $3,000 check that takes 4 days to clear, during this period, $3,000 of disbursement float has been created.
C. Ruskin’s book balance declines by the amount of the check, from $150,000 to $147,000, but the bank balance is unchanged until the check clears.
D. After the check clears, the book and bank balances will both be $147,000 and there is no more disbursement float.

 

20) Stony Products has a payables turnover of six times. What is Stony's payables deferral period (PDP)?

A. about 30.42 days
B. about 56.50 days
C. about 60.83 days
D. none of these

The payables deferral period is the average length of time between the purchase of the materials and labor that go into inventory and the payment of cash for these materials and labor. We have: PDP =   where PTO is the payables turnover and is equal to:
  where CS is cost of sales, SGA is selling, general, and administrative expenses, AP is account payables, and WBT is wages, benefits, and payroll taxes payable. We have: PDP =   =   = 60.83333 days ≈ 60.83 days.


21) Stony Products has a receivables turnover of ten times. What is Stony’s receivables collection period (RCP)?

A. about 35.42 days
B. about 36.50 days
C. about 40.83 days
D. none of these

The receivables collection period (RCP), or days' sales outstanding (DSO), is the average number of days that it takes to collect on accounts receivable. We have: RCP =
  where RTO is the receivables turnover and is equal to   where AR is account receivables. We have: RCP =   =   = 36.5 days.]


22) __________ says to calculate the incremental after-tax cash flows connected with working capital decisions.

A. The Principle of Time Value of Money
B. The Signaling Principle
C. The Principle of Incremental Benefits
D. The Options Principle

 

23) __________ says to compare the benefits and costs of alternative uses and sources of money using after-tax APYs.

A. The Principle of Incremental Benefits
B. The Principle of Time Value of Money
C. The Signaling Principle
D. The Options Principle

 

24) Bank term loans represent __________.

A. long-term loans that looks like short-term debt
B. loans for specified amounts that require borrowers to repay them according to specified schedules
C. the pledge of receivables
D. all of these

 

25) Which (if any) of the below statements is false?

A. Higher collection costs reduce the NPV and but cannot cause it to be negative.
B. A customer who is likely to make late payments is also more likely to default and to require extra collection efforts.
C. Credit bureau reports give information about any legal judgments against the firm.
D. none of these

 

26) Credit-policy decisions involve all aspects of receivables management. The decision does NOT include which of the following?

A. monitoring receivables and avoiding actions for slow payment
B. setting evaluation methods and credit standards
C. the choice of credit terms
D. controlling and administering the firm’s credit functions

 

27) Most credit sales are made on an open account basis, which means __________.

A. that customers cannot simply purchase what they want.
B. that customers simply purchase what they want.

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